The Consent, Amplified panel discussion Tone Madison hosted on November 15 at Arts + Literature Lab was hardly the first conversation people have had about making Madison’s music community a better place for women and other marginalized people. However, moderator Emily Mills invited four guests—Martha White of the Cardinal Bar, independent promoters Lili Luxe and Sarah […]
This Week on Mel & Floyd: Minion is an Alky not a Pothead, Smartypants is NOT the second coming of Sherlock Holmes, US Cheez-its Cheezier than Canadian, Many Thanks for the Wooden Mushroom, Billy Begat Franklin who Begat the Homophobes, The Anti-Christ Glass Ceiling Shattered, and so much more in the Parody Zoo that is […]
The mass shooting in Orlando hits close to home for many LGBT people even here in Madison. But not everyone agrees on how club owners and the larger community should respond to the heightened sense of insecurity.
Alice Dreger, a historian of science and medicine, talks with WORT’s Darien Lamen about the importance of academic freedom; her decision to resign in protest from Northwestern University; why she called minority student protesters “fascist”; and whether academic freedom still has a fighting chance in the university.
This morning, 8 O’Clock Buzz engineer Harry Gilbert spoke with Jennicet Gutierrez and Jorge Gutierrez, the National Coordinator of Familia: TQLM about the work of centering queer and trans undocumented immigrants in the struggle for liberation.
MADISON (WORT) — Governor Scott Walker is under fire from LGBT groups after criticizing the Boy Scouts of America’s decision to accept gay troop leaders. Patrick Waring has the story.